Sunday 28 February 1836

[, on board the wrote.]

After private prayer entered in the service of another
Sabath – different circumstanced than the last Sabath
at half past 6 weighed anchor and made sail down channel
with a fair wind I feel in the parth of my duty England I
love thy shores duty calls me from thee in the forenoon asse
mbled as many as our little cabin convenient held we sang
an hymn read the word of God and a surmon the
text was who shall harm you if you be follow[ers?]
of that which is good we sang another hymn and
… ended with prayer praying God to give an increas[e? ...]
… – Mr Stevens conducting a service in the lower
… I gave some tracts and magazeens to the passengers
… seamen in the everning assembled again in the
[? cab]in read the word of God sung an hymn read a surmon
… the sower and exhorted the people to give thier heart
[? to] God

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2 Responses to “Sunday 28 February 1836”

  1. Kristy March 1, 2011 at 10:20 am #

    Hi Helen, Sorry you are right, the site appears to be displaying only the excerpts for the week 2 entries. I will get this fixed asap.
    Regards, Kristy – History SA.

  2. Helen March 1, 2011 at 10:11 am #

    Why can I not read entire extract?

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